Interstellar (2014)


Cast and Crew
Directed by : Christopher Nolan
Produced by : Emma Thomas, Christopher Nolan, Lynda Obst
Written by : Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan
Starring : Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn
Music by : Hans Zimmer
Cinematography : Hoyte van Hoytema
Edited by : Lee Smith
Release dates : November 5, 2014 (North America), November 7, 2014 (United Kingdom)
Running time : 169 minutes

All You Need to Know

I.M.C.F Review
Very lengthy. Highly un-explainable. Highly scientific. Highly un-understandable. Highly impossible!

Just when Man Kind were losing its mother land Earth, just when people are fighting for food and survival, a secret exploration team led by NASA sends out 12 men to 12 different worlds in another Galaxy, via a Worm-Hole! When they receive transmissions from 3 people among those 12, NASA sends out a team to confirm if the existence is possible on those worlds and give a tiny hope for Mankind on Earth to survive. The rest of the story is all about the hard ships faced by the new team that went out in search of those 3 worlds, with a highly improbable climax.

This film has a thick underlying layer of Love and Sacrifices, which is sure to touch your emotions. On the other hand, it is a scientific jargon. Highly complicated stuff, not at all suitable for Average minds. It is more like a science project, than a movie!

Reasons to watch:
1. If you are a fan of Christopher Nolan and enjoy his work.
2. Screenplay, Plot, Music and a few scenes.

Reasons to skip:
1. Length and Complexity of the film.
2. Not at all understandable. A complete science fiction and you are tend to lose patience.
3. Entertaining to an extent, but not in a cinematic way.

I.M.C.F Rating : 83/100
Direction : 8 : I dont know how on Earth, did Nolan get this idea. Did his job well, except for climax.
Production Values : 9 : Suited the film.
Story/Plot : 8 : Good, but not for average minds. Climax wasnt handled well.
Cast Performances : 9 : Everyone did well.
Music : 8 : Low at times, but exciting at other times.
Cinematography : 9 : Nice.
Screenplay : 7 : To an extent, very well. But very lengthy and not very clear towards climax.
Editing : 9 : Neat.
Dialogues : 8 : Not many. But were fine.
Awe Moment(s) : 8 : The narration; Scenes on the 3 worlds; Scenes on Earth towards climax.

Ratings and Reviews From Popular Websites
9.2/10 - IMDb
71%     - Rotten Tomatoes
9.8/10  - BookMyShow
73%     - Metacritic

Interstellar is a true cinematic milestone.
Interstellar is simultaneously a big-budget science fiction endeavor and a very simple tale of love and sacrifice.
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